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Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, known in Japan as I Love Mickey Mouse: Great Mysterious Castle Adventure (アイラブミッキーマウス ふしぎのお城大冒険, Ai Rabu Mikkī Mausu: Fushigi no o-shiro daibōken), is a platform game developed by Sega and released for the Sega Mega Drive (Genesis) in November 1990. The game also was on a cartridge entitled "Disney Collection" bundled with QuackShot in 1996. An 8-bit version of the game, known as I Love Mickey Mouse's Castle Illusion (アイラブミッキーマウスのキャッスル・イリユージヨン, Ai Rab...
Minister of Justice (Japan)

Minister of Justice (Japan)

The Minister of Justice (法務大臣, Hōmu Daijin) is the member of the Cabinet of Japan in charge of the Ministry of Justice.
List of bitcoin companies

List of bitcoin companies

This is a list of for-profit companies with notable commercial activities related to bitcoin. Common services are wallet providers, bitcoin exchanges, payment service providers and venture capital. Other services include mining pools, cloud mining, peer-to-peer lending, exchange-traded funds, over-the-counter trading, gambling, micropayments, affiliates and prediction markets.
Hidalgoite

Hidalgoite

Hidalgoite, PbAl3(AsO4)(SO4)(OH)4, is a rare member of the beudantite group and is usually classified as part of the alunite family. It was named after the place where it was first discovered, the Zimapán mining district, Hidalgo, Mexico. At Hidalgo where it was initially discovered, it was found as dense white masses in alternating dikes of quartz latite and quartz monzonite alongside other secondary minerals such as sphalerite, arsenopyrite, cerussite and trace amounts of angelsite and alam...
Priti Patkar

Priti Patkar

Priti Patkar is an Indian social worker and human rights activist. She is the co-founder and director of the organisation Prerana that has done pioneering work in the red-light districts of Mumbai, India to protect children vulnerable to commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking.Priti Patkar was born in Mumbai. Her father was a government servant and her mother ran a daycare program. She is a Gold Medalist from The Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai where she completed a Masters i...
John Heuser

John Heuser

Washington University in Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO2011 Member, National Academy of Sciences2007 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of ScienceJohn E. Heuser (born August 29, 1942) is an American Professor of Biophysics in the department of Cell Biology and Physiology at the Washington University School of Medicine as well as a Professor at the Institute for Integrated Cell-Matieral Sciences (iCeMS) at Kyoto University. Heuser created quick-freeze deep-etch electron microscopy, a...

1998–99 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1998-99 Serie A season was the 65th season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Nine teams participated in the league, and HC Meran won the championship by defeating HC Bozen in the final.

Gruen Planet

Gruen Planet is an Australian television program focusing on advertising and public relations, which debuted on ABC TV on 28 September 2011. It is a spin-off of The Gruen Transfer, which ran for four seasons from 2008 to 2011 and was only concerned with advertising. The program is hosted by Wil Anderson with a panel of advertising industry experts (Wil Anderson is joined weekly by panellists Russel Howcroft of Network Ten and Todd Sampson of Leo Burnett) and is produced by Andrew Denton's pro...
Star Gate (novel)

Star Gate (novel)

Star Gate is a science-fiction novel written by Andre Norton and published by Harcourt, Brace & Company in 1958. Although listed as science fiction, the story is a blend of science fiction with sword and sorcery. It continues the premise that Norton introduced in The Crossroads of Time, mingling technologically advanced aliens (from Earth) with the natives of the far-off world Gorth and a native culture that has achieved the development level of Medieval Europe.In her prologue, Norton men...
Slum tourism

Slum tourism

Slum tourism, or ghetto tourism is a type of tourism that involves visiting impoverished areas. Originally focused on the slums of London and Manhattan in the 19th century, slum tourism is now becoming increasingly prominent in many places, including South Africa, India, Brazil, Kenya, Indonesia, Detroit, and others.The Oxford English Dictionary dates the first use of the word slumming to 1884. In London, people visited slum neighborhoods such as Whitechapel or Shoreditch in order to observe ...
Kamiina District, Nagano

Kamiina District, Nagano

Kamiina (上伊那郡, Kamiina-gun) is a district located in Nagano Prefecture, Japan.As of May, 2008, the district has an estimated Population of 86,453 and a Density of 168 persons/km². The total area is 514.55 km².There are 3 towns and 3 villages within the district.On the other hand, if the cities of Ina and Komagane were included, the area will be known as the Kamiina Region.Coordinates: 35°47′46″N 137°51′43″E / 35.796°N 137.862°E / 35.796; 137.862
Mount Adams Recreation Area

Mount Adams Recreation Area

The Mount Adams Recreation Area is a 21,000-acre (8,500 ha) recreation area in the U.S. state of Washington managed by the Yakama Nation Wildlife Program. The area encompasses an ecologically complex and geologically active landscape. The region features the most rugged side of Mount Adams, including canyons and the Great Gap section of the Mount Adams circumnavigation route, a three-mile trail-less section over two great canyons and many difficult glacial creeks. At 12,276 feet (3,742&#...
Wang Zhenpeng (footballer)

Wang Zhenpeng (footballer)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 June 2012.Wang Zhenpeng (traditional Chinese: 王振鵬; simplified Chinese: 王振鹏, born 5 May 1984) is a Hong Kong professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Kitchee SC in Hong Kong First Division League.Wang Zhenpeng started his professional football career in 2002 when he was promoted to the senior team of top tier Chinese side Dalian Shide. Throughout the season he was used as a third choice go...
Fredericton-Fort Nashwaak (1995–2006)

Fredericton-Fort Nashwaak (1995–2006)

Fredericton-Fort Naswaak was an electoral district returning members to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick for three elections: 1995, 1999 and 2003.It was created in the 1994 electoral redistribution taking in the eastern most portions of the City of Fredericton taking about half of its territory from each of Fredericton North and Fredericton South on either side of the Saint John River.It elected Liberals Greg Byrne and Kelly Lamrock in the 1995 and 2003 elections respectively but ele...
1989–90 Nationale 1A season

1989–90 Nationale 1A season

The 1989–90 Nationale 1A season was the 69th season of the Nationale 1A, the top level of ice hockey in France. 10 teams participated in the league, and the Dragons de Rouen won the first league title. Ours de Villard-de-Lans and Hockey Club de Caen were relegated to the Nationale 1B.
Palatine Bridge, New York

Palatine Bridge, New York

Palatine Bridge is a village in Montgomery County, New York, United States. The population was 737 at the 2010 census. The basis of the name is the community's location in a region settled by Palatine Germans. The Village of Palatine Bridge is in the Town of Palatine. The community is in the western part of the county, west of Amsterdam.Palatine Bridge was settled in 1723.A bridge across the Mohawk River here built in 1798 gave the community its name.The village was incorporated in 1867.The F...
Tennessee State Route 176

Tennessee State Route 176

State Route 176 (SR-176) is a north–south state highway located entirely within Memphis, Tennessee. It runs from Interstate 240 (I-240) south to the Mississippi state line. The state highway portion varies between two and three lanes on each side. The portion that runs between Knight Arnold Road and Winchester Road is built as a four-lane expressway. A wide median (with a fairly large drainage ditch) and grade-separated interchanges at major routes exist in this portion. The speed limit is 40...

Abdullah Pasha al-Azm

Abdullah Pasha al-Azm (fl. 1783–1810) was an Ottoman statesman who served as the governor of the Damascus Eyalet (three separate terms, 1795–1807), Aleppo Eyalet (1794), Egypt Eyalet (1798), Adana Eyalet, and Rakka Eyalet (1809), before retiring to Hama in the 1810s. He was a member of the prominent Al-Azm political family.Abdullah Pasha served under his father Muhammad Pasha al-Azm, who was governor of Damascus Eyalet (1771, 1773-1783), as the governor of Tripoli Eyalet and as commander of t...

Timo Kahlen

Timo Kahlen (born 1966 in Berlin) is a German sound sculptor and media artist who currently lives and works in Berlin.Timo Kahlen is known for his sound sculptures and site-specific sound art works, installations with steam, wind and light, as well as experimental net art, video and photography. His interdisciplinary and intermedia body of work, often employing ephemeral, elemental materials such as wind and steam, light and shade, sound and vibration, noise and beauty, has been nominated for...
Mueang Phitsanulok District

Mueang Phitsanulok District

Mueang Phitsanulok (Thai: เมืองพิษณุโลก) is the capital district (amphoe mueang) of Phitsanulok Province, northern Thailand.Mueang Phitsanulok was the first class city in the northern part of Ayutthaya kingdom till the end of the kingdom in 1767. Also in the reign of King Taksin the Great, Phitsanulok was the first class city. In the thesaphiban administrative reforms of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) the city became the center of Monthon Phitsanulok. Also during these reforms the district was c...
Battle of Bakenlaagte

Battle of Bakenlaagte

The Battle of Bakenlaagte occurred on 30 October 1901 during the guerrilla phase of Anglo-Boer war of 1899–1902. The battle saw the Eastern Transvaal Boer commandos of Generals Grobler, Brits, Viljoen and Louis Botha attack the rear guard of Colonel Benson's much feared No 3 Flying Column while it was in marching formation to its base camp.Benson's British No 3 flying column, comprising 2000 men, specialised in night raids that were terrorising Boer Commandos on the highveld, it had become so...
Abaza family

Abaza family

The Abaza family, "deeply rooted in Egyptian society and… in the history of the country", is an Egyptian family that has played a powerful and long-standing role in Egyptian cultural, economic, intellectual and political life. Their main stronghold is the Sharqia Governorate. The family today maintains strong connections by marriage with other Egyptian elites.The Egyptian Abaza family very well known in Egypt because "they seem to have produced an extraordinary number of exemplary individuals...
Primitive communism

Primitive communism

Primitive communism is a concept originating from Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels who argued that hunter-gatherer societies were traditionally based on egalitarian social relations and common ownership. A primary inspiration for both Marx and Engels were Lewis Henry Morgan's descriptions of 'communism in living' as practised by the Iroquois Nation of North America. In Marx's model of socioeconomic structures, societies with primitive communism had no hierarchical social class structures or cap...
German submarine U-1274

German submarine U-1274

German submarine U-1274 was a Type VIIC/41 U-boat built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine for service during World War II. She was laid down on 21 June 1943 by Vegesacker Werft AG, Bremen as yard number 69, launched on 25 January 1944 and commissioned on 1 March 1944 under Oberleutnant zur See Fedor Kuscher.German Type VIIC/41 submarines were preceded by the heavier Type VIIC submarines. U-1274 had a displacement of 759 tonnes (747 long tons) when at the surface and 860 tonnes (850 long tons) w...
Serbia and Montenegro at the 2006 Winter Olympics

Serbia and Montenegro at the 2006 Winter Olympics

*As the Federal Republic of YugoslaviaSerbia and Montenegro competed at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. This was the last appearance of a team representing a joint Montenegrin and Serbian state at the Olympic venue.Jelena Lolović represented Serbia and Montenegro in four of the five disciplines, and had the best finish for the alpine skiing team, 30th in the women's giant slalom.Note: In the men's combined, run 1 is the downhill, and runs 2 and 3 are the slalom. In the women's combi...

Esmeralda Arboleda Cadavid

Esmeralda Arboleda Cadavid (January 7 1921 – 16 April 1997) was a Colombian politician and the first woman elected to the Senate of Colombia, serving from 1958 to 1961.A leader of the women's suffrage movement in Colombia, she and fellow suffragist Josefina Valencia Muñoz, were the first women appointed to a national legislative position in Colombia as part of the National Constituent Assembly in 1954, where they presented what would eventually be the Legislative Act No. 3, which modified Art...
John Esten Cooke

John Esten Cooke

John Esten Cooke (November 3, 1830 – September 27, 1886) was an American novelist, writer and poet. He was the brother of poet Philip Pendleton Cooke. During the American Civil War, Cooke served as a staff officer for Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart in the Confederate States Army cavalry and after Stuart's death, for Brig. Gen. William N. Pendleton. Stuart's wife, Flora, was a first cousin of Cooke.Born in Winchester, Virginia on November 3, 1830, Cooke was one of 13 children (five of whom survived c...
Shareece Wright

Shareece Wright

Shareece Lyndon Wright (born April 8, 1987) is an American football cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at USC. Wright was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft.Wright played football at Colton High School in Colton, California, where he was a star player. He had 68 tackles and 2 sacks in 2005, plus ran for 1,094 yards on 78 carries (14.1 avg.) with 16 TDs and caught 13 passes for 336 yards ...

Carlos Buhler

Carlos Buhler (born October 17, 1954 in Harrison, New York) is one of America's leading high altitude mountaineers. Buhler's specialty is high-standard mountaineering characterized by small teams, no oxygen, minimal gear and equipment, and relatively low amounts of funding; yielding first ascents of difficult routes in challenging conditions, such as the Himalayan winter season.Buhler is a graduate of The Putney School and is a 1978 graduate of the Huxley College of the Environment, Western W...
Battle-class trawler

Battle-class trawler

Battle-class trawlers were naval trawlers built for and used by the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) during the First World War. Between the wars, some remained in RCN service, but most were transferred to the Department of Marine and Fisheries, where they performed a number of functions, including working as lightships and fisheries patrol vessels. During the Second World War, a number of these trawlers were re-acquired by the RCN, but all the navy's Battle class trawlers were decommissioned soon a...
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